Attention Parents: You will soon be seeing Back Packs coming home with your child with lots of fun activities for you to do with them. Please click on the link below to view the parent letter explaining the Back Pack Program.
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The 1st grade classes visited Red Apple Farm and had a great day. They picked apples; had a hay ride and gathered potatoes. Every student also got a pumpkin. To see some cute photos, click the link below.
What a great night! Mrs. Leel had the idea to have staff dress in costume and "read" a Halloween story on the Storybook Trail. Staff members were stationed at each storybook post and acted out the page. There were lights strung and lanterns hung to illuminate the way. Many of the stations gave out treats to the children. At the end of the story, all participants enjoyed cookies and cider. We had quite a few families that came and all said what a great idea and how much fun they had. It was a little chilly but that didn't put a damper on the enthusiasm.
Take a look at a few photos:
HHES Grades 1-4 hiked Little Kidder Mountain on Thursday, September 19th. We couldn't have picked a more perfect day! The weather was spectacular! The students and faculty had a great time. Fabulous school spirit. The students played bonding games at the top and had either lunch or a snack. Along the way they collected items to make their own version of "HHES Rocks" and viewed motivational messages. All students had a "rock" candy lollipop waiting for them on their desks.
The Kindergarten students walked the Storybook Trail with their students.
"HHES ROCKS" was a huge success! Thanks to all those who made it happen.